DSTV Delicious brings all the big names in music, both locally and internationally and over the years, they have brought crowds the likes of Common, TKZee, Chaka Khan, Jamiroquai, Hugh Masekela, De La Soul, Lira, Macy Gray, Thandiswa Mazwai & Bongo Maffin as well as Black Coffee.
With the overwhelming success of the festival, organizers have reportedly decided to retain the newly-introduced two-day format and venue of the festival.
According to the organizers, festivalgoers can expect an even bigger and better gastronomical experience at this extensive market this year, including a Coca-Cola Taste of the City installation, which will boast 10 pop-up “restos” that will serve up their flagship dishes.
In addition to the music, the organizers say patrons can enjoy a delectable multi-course meal perfectly curated by celebrity chef Reuben Riffel. “The long-table restaurant will have its own private bar with a variety of drinks that will perfectly complement every bite. DStv Delicious International Food and Music Festival has hosted some of the biggest names including MasterChef SA Judge Pete Goffe-Wood, chefs Reza Mahammad, Siba Mtongana, Jenny Morris, Rachel Khoo, Ed Baines, John Burton Race and more” explained DSTV in a statement.
DStv has been the key partner to the Delicious Festival since its inception. As the home of truly great international and local entertainment, Delicious is an opportunity for DStv to bring its content to life. Festivalgoers are treated to immersive and interactive experiences with some of their favorite channels such as Food Network, BBC, Travel Channel, kykNET and more. The Kids Zone is a key component of the festival, where DStv brings the children’s favorite TV characters to life.